Inspectors Step Up Search in Du Noon

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7 APRIL 2022 – The Cape of Good Hope SPCA has intensified its search for the man who committed a sadistic act of sexual violence to a goat this past Sunday.  A fleet of inspectors and other SPCA staff, led by Inspector Theo Arendolf, entered Du Noon earlier this morning with pamphlets in an attempt to expedite search efforts and increase the chance for a community member to recognize the culprit.  Inspectors engaged with community members and paid visit to local spaza shops to raise awareness about the incident.


Inspector Arendolf confirmed “The team spent the entire morning in Du Noon in search of the culprit.  Our search continues and will not end until the man has been traced and charged”


The R 5 000 reward has now been increased to R 6 000 following a specified donation by a concerned member of the public and supporter of the Cape of Good Hope SPCA.  The reward will be paid to any person who can provide information to the SPCA that will lead to the arrest and prosecution of the perpetrator.

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